Walter H. Page
DOUBLEDAY PAGE & CO.
133-135-137 EAST 16TH STREET, NEW YORK
October 5, 1908.
My dear Mr. Muir:
Your good note from Daggett has just reached me. Heaven bless you and favor you in your good drive forward to get this great literature out of your system!sent the great reading world not only of our generation but of generations to come in all my bedevilment of you.
I thank you heartily, too, for that photograph. I prize it very highly.
Let our friend Strother have free rein. He is a clever boy and, of course, absolutely trustworthy. He has a good literary knack and feeling, too. As one evidence of his ability and fineness of spirit, he puts a proper appreciation upon the literature that you produce. Therefore, be good to him.
Always heartily yours
John Muir, Esq.,
1908 Oct 5
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